CES has come and gone and one of the coolest technologies that was everywhere at the show was 3D gear. We saw a wide variety of new 3D TVs and displays turn up this year. Those 3D systems typically require glasses of some sort to view the content.
XpanD announced new 3D active glasses at the show called the X103. The glasses will support 3D technology on almost any 3D capable device from a laptop to a desktop monitor or a big TV in the living room.
The glasses are offered in different colors and styles and they use a pi-cell to block each eye in an alternating method. The glasses work with most devices that display content at 120fps. Pricing for the glasses is unknown.